John J. Hawes
Rebecca Ann 'elizabeth' Frink
Il est marié avec Rebecca Ann 'elizabeth' Frink avant le 1836 à Prob. Columbus Co.,nc.
Columbus Co., North Carolina Abstracts of Deeds by Jason McLeod Williamson
Vol II Book C
4 Dec 1826
EZEKIEL HAWS to JOHN HAWS, 4 Dec 1826; $50, 30 A. on Simmons Bay, part of 150 A. pat. by John Russ 1798.
Witn. Joseph Carlisle & Benjamin (Hutson?). Pr. Feb. Term 1827 (C-363)
Columbus County, North Carolina Abstracts
Book E and F
5 Sep 1831
JOSEPH CARLISLE to JOHN HOWS/HOWES (Haws - ed), 5 Sep 1831; $100, 60 A. two tracts 1) 50 A. on Simmons bay, part of a 100 A. pat. by John Etheridge on Oct 27, 1784; and 2) 10 A. on Simmons bay adj. his own line. Wit: H. Best & Daniel Gore. May Term 1832 (E-181/182)
From Rebecca F. Chaney (e-mail adres niet gepubliceerd): "The Family of Ezekiel Haws"
Kemper County, Mississippi Records County includes Ezekiel Haws and John Haws as follows:
(No year of census given)
page 11 Haws, John 1 m. 21-45 (John, age 30-rfc)
1 m. < 18 (John J., age 1-rfc)
1 f. > 16 (Rebecca, age 26-rfc)
3 f. < 16 (Nancy, age 8, Martheria age 3 and ?- rfc)
John Haws of Kemper County, MS obtained a land patent from the Columbus Land office on Feb. 27, 1841 (Document No. 27059.) The land was the SW1/4SW1/4 Section 6, Township 9-N, Range 17E for a total of 38.48 acres in Kemper County, MS. The purchase price was $48.10 and the original date of sale was April 23, 1836.
Is listed in the 1842 Tax List Kemper County, MS
The 1850 Mortality Schedule of Kemper County, lists 4 Haws as follows:
John Haws, 43 yrs. b. in NC Died in July of Typhoid
Kerman Haws 32 yrs. b. in NC Died in Sept. of Typhoid
Matheria Haws 16 yrs. b. in NC Died in June of Typhoid
Nancy Haws 21 yrs. b. in NC Died in June of Typhoid
Kemper County census, 1850
Household Mrs. Hawes, 39 f., Real Eastate Value $1000 NC
John J. 14 m., b MS
Samuel. 13 m., b. MS
Ezekiel, 11 m., b. MS
Stephen, 9 m., b. MS
Prudence, 8 f., b. MS
McKennon, 6 m., b. MS
David, 4 m., b. MS
Lemender, 1 m, b. MS
Solomon Gernd (?), 24 m. Silversmith NC
Our John Hawes died in 1850. There is one further interesting land patent which was signed on 3/15/1851 in which a John Hawes receives a patent as an assignee of Choctows, Ash Wa Honah Hoo Nah and Ho Me Ho Tubbee who were representatives of Yok Me Tubbee. The land was the NE1/4 of Section 32, Township 10 N of Range 17 E in Kemper County, MS for a total of 160.6 acres. It is possible that John Haws had applied for the land before his death and the patent was received afterwards.
I believe that Mrs. John Hawes returned to Brunswick County, North Carolina with her family after her husband's death in 1850. We have located records of them in North Carolina. We have speculated that the Solomon Gernd (?) above was Mrs. John Haws' relative or friend who came to escort her and her children back to North Carolina. The IGI states that Mrs. John Hawes was Rebecca Ann Frink. We have no documentation to prove this data, although it fits nicely with information we do have.
Kerman Haws must be Kinion Hawes. Martheria and Nancy are probably the daughters of John Haws.
Per Becky Chaney "The Family of Ezekiel Haws"
From Columbus Co NC Records:
John Haws was appointed overseer of roads in "room" of Henry Mitchel during the May term, 1830
John Haws served on a jury in Columbus Co during the August term, 1830
John Hows/Haws purchased two tracts of land totaling 60 acres from Joseph Carlisle on Sept 5, 1831. Both tracts were on Simmons Bay. Witnesses were H. Best and Danl Gore. proven May term 1832. Deed Book E-181/182.
John Haws witnessed a Bill of Sale on Sept 2, 1833. Deed Book F-147.